WATERTOWN, N.Y. — Are you interested in extending your growing time of salad greens? Would you like to know more about the strategies and infrastructure to do so? In this workshop, Mike Nuckols, Local Foods and Horticulture Program Manager with Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County, will discuss alternate methods of production to include: 1) economics of winter growing, 2) holding fall-grown crops under cover, 3) use of cold frames, hot beds, and high tunnels, 4) alternative greenhouse heating including geothermal, 5) hydroponics, and 6) stacked indoor production using artificial lighting.
This FREE program will take place on Saturday, January 25, 2020 from 1PM to 3PM at the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Jefferson County offices located at 203 North Hamilton St. Watertown, NY 13601. Veterans/Military Families, as well as individuals of all backgrounds and interests are welcome and encouraged to attend!
Please register online by visiting: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/SaladGreens_222
–Cornell Cooperative Extension Jefferson County
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